Creates abstract images printed on canvas. He developed his own technique, in isolation from the applicable rules and principles, connecting the real and digital world. Although he is in fact a "digital creator", he approaches digital techniques with reserve, he does not want them to overwhelm his creation and treats them as a tool - a "digital brush". His works have a common root, they grow out of several acrylic paintings and graphics converted into a digital form and then processed with the use of various digital tools. He finds inspiration in the very process of creating, so its aesthetics are constantly changing, and the end result always surprises him; though the interpretation is tempting, it leaves it to the audience. Although he creates for a relatively short time - less than three years, his works gain interest all over the world (Europe, Asia and both America).